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Because every dog has a  tale

Because every dog has a  tale

Hershey and Cadbury

Dogs-I-Meet Hershey and Cadbury, two dogs, sitting on a red couch in a city.

Their story captured in their backyard which happens to be Times Square

Last winter Dogs I Meet photographer, Mindy Dutka, was walking in Central Park and two dogs caught her attention, one of whom was in a doggie wheelchair.

Dogs-I-Meet Hershey and Cadbury, two terriers, sitting next to each other on a sidewalk.

Turns out these two dogs, Hershey and Cadbury were very special. Hershey was 19 years old and Cadbury was 13 years old.

Dogs-I-Meet A man and woman walking their Hershey and Cadbury dogs on a city street.

Mindy offered to send their owners the photos and as soon as Max received them he called and asked to schedule a photoshoot in their ‘backyard’ Times Square to honor their relationship with their dogs.

Dogs-I-Meet Hershey and Cadbury, two dogs, are sitting on top of a red cushion.

The irony is that Max, Fran, Hershey and Cadbury came from Baltimore and retired to NYC and landed above M&M World! Their love of chocolate was everywhere they turned.

Dogs-I-Meet A black dog named Hershey laying on a red blanket.

The photoshoot was serendipitous as their beloved Hershey passed just three weeks after the photoshoot.

In the words of Max and Fran “We are so grateful to have these priceless photos. Mindy captured Hershey’s personality so perfectly. Looking at the photos, we feel he is still with us.”

Dogs-I-Meet Two people and two dogs named Hershey and Cadbury walking on a sidewalk.
Dogs-I-Meet A black dog, named Hershey, makes its way up red steps with the assistance of a wheelchair.

Max added “Hershey captured the hearts of many street vendors, doormen, shopkeepers, homeless individuals and countless commuters who counted on seeing him every day. Many would leave their posts to come out and pet Hershey.”

Cadbury and his parents are still out daily enjoying Times Square.

Dogs-I-Meet A brown dog, named Hershey, laying on a bench in Times Square.

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